Greenville News article — Community Heroes: Sans Souci couple champions rebirth of Verner Springs Park

The Greenville News has published an article about the work of the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance, headed by Tee and Hannah Thompson, to refurbish the Verner Springs Park in the Sans Souci neighborhood of Greenville County.

“The park is just one effort of the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance, which works to connect neighbors and advocate for improvements to infrastructure, roads and parks…

The vision for the park, off Old Bleachery Road near Cedar Lane Road, is for it to become a safe, welcoming gathering spot for all members of the diverse community, a place for fellowship and connection among neighbors, and a safe playground and green space for the children and families who live in the neighborhood…

Other neighborhood priorities are efforts to keep housing affordable, allowing lower-income residents to stay and young families to move in; and trying to make sure that the massive development planned for the former Union Bleachery Site at Blue Ridge Drive and Old Buncombe doesn’t overwhelm the neighborhood…”

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Photo copyright Chuck Milteer/The Greenville News

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